Scientists from Japan and IRRI have discovered a rice gene that could increase production by 13–36%.
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Launched today in the Philippines, Rice Crop Manager puts the power of technology into action by helping farmers decide how to manage their rice crops better.
IRRI and the Philippine Department of Agriculture are assessing the typhoon damage on rice production in the Philippines.
Join the world’s leading experts in rice genetics – the science that brings us better rice varieties – at RG7.
Myanmar is aiming to boost its rice production through a strategy that engages donor agencies and builds rice science capacity.
IT enthusiasts are converging to look for software applications and devices to help rice farming and research.
Satellite images showing flooded rice farms and buildings that were damaged by Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda) in the northeastern…
Burundi has turned up its rice research capacity to improve food security by establishing a new research hub with IRRI.
When it comes to flooding, not all crops are created equal—some survive, while others don’t.
Register for the 7th International Rice Genetics Symposium to meet with experts and learn the latest in rice genetics research.
The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and the Department of Agriculture (DA) – Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) are continuing to fight malnutrition in the Philippines, and continuing Golden Rice research as a potential way to reduce vitamin A deficiency.